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Sunday Special - Kyaut Sae Cave, Myanmar (Burma)

I first saw a photo of this cave on Pinterest and I thought “hey, a great place to post about for the Sunday Special”. I made note of it and came back to it now. 246 more words


Naksansa 낙산사

There was only one thing on our schedule were you could pick what you wanted to do. After breakfast we were given the option of fishing, canoing, boating, kayaking or visiting Naksansa. 388 more words


Baekdamsa 백담사

On our party bus to Yangyang we stopped by Baekdamsa, a Buddhist temple in Inje. Baekdamsa temple is open from sunrise to sunset all year round and offers temple stays. 205 more words


The Ancient Temples and Monasteries of Sri Lanka

The people of Sri Lanka have been incredibly kind and generous. We have had countless conversations on the street, phone numbers given, smiles galore, shy hellos from children and even given local fruit on the train. 318 more words


Remote architecture where climate conditions determine design & construction (+ an office building in Seoul): Archium architects, Seoul. See Blogroll for a link.

Bauzium art gallery, Taebaek Mountains on the spine of the Korean Peninsula /

Persona offices, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea /

Khmeresque, University of the Nations Battambang, Cambodia – a temple of Won Buddhism that is based on Mahayana Buddhism in the Hinayana Buddhist country / 21 more words


April 1, 2015 -Visit Mt. Jui Hua, one of 4 most sacred locations, Captain's farewell dinner

Today is our last day and night on the VIKING EMERALD; tomorrow we will disembark to buses and will travel to Shanghai. We learned from talking to other passengers that this specific Viking tour might be the last time our 10 night cruise will be offered. 1,203 more words


Bangkok, Thailand with my roomie

2007 June 8-10

Tins and I planned our Bangkok trip much earlier but it turned out to be a good time for me to leave Singapore for a while. 487 more words